Crop yield prediction at regional levels is an essential task for the decision-makers for rapid decision making. Pre-harvest prediction of a crop yield can prevent a disastrous situation and help decision-makers to apply more reliable and accurate strategies regarding food security. With the advent in digital world, various advanced techniques are employed for crop yield prediction. Remote Sensing (RS) data with its capability to provide the synoptic view of the Earth’s surface, has numerous returns in the area of crop monitoring and yield prediction. This study provides as a review for the advanced techniques for crop yield prediction in India with RS data as a base. The advanced techniques like RS based statistical yield modelling, machine learning based yield modelling, semi-physical yield modelling are described in the current study. The assessment of the studies related to integration of RS data in crop simulation model is also described in a section. All the techniques involved in the current study show significant improvements in crop yield prediction, enabling the development of new agricultural applications in India.

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